Japan-China Ties Strained by WW II Atrocities NPR's Madeleine Brand speaks with Richard Baum, director of UCLA's Center For Chinese Studies, about growing tensions between China and Japan. Diplomatic relations between the two countries have soured as China has challenged Japan for whitewashing atrocities committed by Japanese troops during World War II.
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Japan-China Ties Strained by WW II Atrocities

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Japan-China Ties Strained by WW II Atrocities

Japan-China Ties Strained by WW II Atrocities

Japan-China Ties Strained by WW II Atrocities

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NPR's Madeleine Brand speaks with Richard Baum, director of UCLA's Center For Chinese Studies, about growing tensions between China and Japan. Diplomatic relations between the two countries have soured as China has challenged Japan for whitewashing atrocities committed by Japanese troops during World War II.